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Headaches, burning eye, pain in ear, shoulder and jaw, taking advil or excedrin. Solution?

I ve been having intense headaches off and on for years. They seem to be worse than migraines and is always on one side. It s almost like a burning behind my eye. The pain is also behind my ear, shoulder , jaw and I have weakness in my arm. It rotates from one side to the mercy. The only thing that helps is advil or excedrin . Also it subsides while im chewing. What could this be and what should I tell my doctor to test for? Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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If you do not have any other associate symptoms beside the headache then no need to worry about this, most of the headaches does not have any specific reason in your case this could be unilateral frontal sinusitis, if I would be your doctor then I would treat you with the following drugs, have steam inhalation thrice in day,
1) Tab Acetaminophen with Ibuprofen three times in day
2) Tab Chlorodiazepoxide three times in day
hope this information helps you have nice day.
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